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    Report 11.15.2019

    Augmented & Virtual Reality: an opportunity for the Industrial world

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    The report is aimed at presenting industrial applications of augmented and virtual reality. In the first chapter, augmented and virtual reality technologies are introduced together with other combinations of the real and the virtual worlds that have been lastly emerging: mixed reality, augmented virtuality, extended reality. Then, the key elements to realise industrial applications are illustrated: hardware (AR/VR devices), software (AR/VR platforms), and the role of users (i.e.workers). Industry 4.0 observatory has identified seven main areas of applications of AR/VR technologies based on a database of 170 AR/VR projects gathered during the last five years of research. So, the report provides examples of such applications, highlighting the general benefits obtained from the AR/VR projects.
    Observatory Industry 4.0
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    Slide Booklets 10.02.2019

    Evolutions of Design Thinking enabled by Emerging Startups

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    How is the ecosystem of digital startups supporting the Design Thinking processes structured?
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Slide Booklets 07.09.2019

    Interpretation and Application of Design Thinking across Roles

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    Which are the profiles of the Design Thinking adopters in Italy? Which are the main skills and abilities characterizing the various adopters of Design Thinking?
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Slide Booklets 07.09.2019

    Adoption of Design Thinking across Industries

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    Where is Design Thinking most widely used? What are the sectors that use it most and why?
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 04.04.2019

    Mapping Design Thinking: Transformations, Applications and Evolutions

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    The report explores how Design Thinking is interpreted by consultants, adopted by innovators and evolved by startups.
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 09.12.2018

    People 4.0: staying ahead to avoid falling behind

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    HR Management is increasingly aware of the ongoing digital transformation and yet there is a frequent lack of structured strategies to sustain this change, strategies formulated by building on the business plan, in order to develop skills, roles and leadership styles (People Strategy). The road still seems long, and challenging times await HR Management over the next few years: to help people adapt to a professional world which is changing as fast as digital technology itself.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Infographics 06.21.2018

    Industry 4.0: Produce, Improve, Innovate

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    The Industry 4.0 topic is increasingly well known: this year’s research shows that only 2.5% of companies do not yet know what it is. The market in Italy continues to grow, due in part to the boost given the by National Plan. But how ready are companies to face Industry 4.0? What are the main differences between SMEs and large companies in their approach to Industry 4.0?
    Observatory Industry 4.0
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    Report 06.05.2018

    Startups in the Design Thinking Ecosystem

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    The ecosystem of startups active in the field of Design Thinking is still immature: • worldwide, only 150 startups supporting Design Thinking phases have been found; • overall, these startups have received 908 million dollars in funding (7 million on average); • almost all the startups support digitally-enabled service design; • the startups seem to rely on consolidated organizational structures (more than 10 employees) • Creative Confidence is the Design Thinking approach mostly supported by startups (66 out 0f 150)
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 05.25.2018

    4 kinds of Design Thinking

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    The detailed analysis of over 40 organizations providing advisory services based on the Design Thinking paradigm allow us to map 4 different and particular kinds of Design Thinking. More specifically, the case studies of 17 Design Studios, 6 Digital Agencies, 13 Strategic Consultants, and 11 Technology Developers demonstrate that the Design Thinking paradigm can assume different forms and interpretations according to the nature of the companies involved (service provider and client), the specific challenges, and the objectives of the innovation project: • Creative Problem Solving: Solving wicked problems adopting both analytical and intuitive thinking; • Sprint Execution: Delivering and testing viable products in order to learn from customers and improve the solution; • Creative Confidence: Engaging people to make them more confident with creative processes; • Innovation of Meaning: Envisioning new directions that aim at proposing meaningful experiences to people.
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 05.25.2018

    Design Thinking capabilities

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    The skills, competences and attitudes adopted by Service providers in offering Design Thinking services varied depending on the fact that they are adopting Creative Problem Solving, Sprint Execution, Creative Confidence or Innovation of Meanings. The survey conducted shows that 51% of the Service Providers adopt most of the time Design Thinking to manage innovation process and they suggest to reinforce different skills, competences and attitudes for each paradigm. In addition, the report shows the expected improvements in terms of skill, competences and attitudes that Innovators expect from the adoption of Design Thinking.
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Infographics 05.16.2018

    People 4.0: staying ahead to avoid falling behind

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    The world is changing. New technology trends such as Artificial Intelligence and Analytics have an increasing impact on the business world and on people’s daily life. Is the HR department ready to face these challenges? What is it doing to support the organization in facing the digital transformation? Is it rethinking its competences and people development and management processes to make them adequate to the changes introduced by digital technology?
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Report 03.16.2018

    Which Kind of Design Thinking is right for you?

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    Design Thinking is rapidly diffusing. As a consequence, different interpretations of the same paradigm are emerging. Would you discover the kind of Design Thinking that is right for you?
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 01.22.2018

    Building an organisation for the future starting from people: the role of the HR Department in digital transformation

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    Digital transformation is entering into every area of people’s lives, changing how we live, learn, work and interact. It is a proper revolution, where digital innovation is calling the shots, changing the rules of the workplace and provoking an increasingly burning debate about their medium-long term implications for employment. The events taking place can be seen as a perfect storm, a driving force that is compelling organisations to innovate by putting practices and processes into discussion. The function of the HR Director is evolving within this landscape, taking on the increasingly important role of enabling the development and sourcing of key skills for organisations (digital or not) and of guiding the process of change.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Report 01.16.2018

    Augmented & Virtual Reality: Industrial Perspectives

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    Industry 4.0 is transforming the manufacturing/industrial sector on the global economic stage. Among the digital technologies that characterise this transformation, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are particularly relevant examples. These technologies have been applied in various environments and contexts for some years now, and have recently started to reveal their potential for the industrial world.
    Observatory Industry 4.0
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    Infographics 01.15.2018

    Building an organisation for the future starting from people: the role of the HR Department in digital transformation

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    The HR Department has a leading part to play in supporting organisations in the changes needed for the process of digital transformation, and to do so, the skills and the processes typical of the department must be adapted.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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